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Feb. 24, 1992
Feb. 24, 1992

Table of Contents
Feb. 24, 1992

Basketball
Wrestling
XVI Olympic Winter Games
Jim Courier
Livin' Large
Scottie Pippen
Horse Racing
Point After

CONTENTS

XVI OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

This is an article from the Feb. 24, 1992 issue Original Layout

14
SILVER LINING
Paul Wylie's medal-winning performance brightened a cloudy career
BY E.M. SWIFT

GLORY AND GLOOM
As Bonnie Blair won more gold, Dan Jansen endured more disappointment
BY SALLY JENKINS

ON SLIPPERY SLOPES
A gritty North American twosome dominated the women's downhill
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

BUMP AND RUN
Donna Weinbrecht and Edgar Grospiron triumphed in the moguls
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

THE RAZOR'S EDGE
Goalie Ray (Razor) LeBlanc was sharp as the U.S. shone in hockey
BY STEVE RUSHIN

TOUGH SLEDDING
Herschel Walker could push the U.S. Only to seventh in the bobsled
BY SALLY JENKINS

THEATER OF THE ABSURD
Haying made the bizarre the norm, the Duchesnays lost their nerve
BY E.M. SWIFT

NEW ALLEGIANCES
The Games in Albertville offer a telling glimpse of Europe's turmoil
BY SALLY JENKINS

50
TOP HAT
Jim Courier is the first American man since John McEnroe in 1985 to attain a No. 1 world ranking in tennis
BY FRANZ LIDZ

56
LIVIN' LARGE
In emulating their pudgy prototype, Charles Barkley, some of the biggest talents in college basketball have gotten bigger
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

74
OUT OF THE SHADOW
Scottie Pippen, the compleat forward for the Chicago Bulls, now shares some of the limelight with Michael Jordan
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

7
SCORECARD

62
PRO BASKETBALL

69
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

89
FOR THE RECORD

92
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIER

Above It All

A flier from the Unified Team got a real Alps high during the Olympic 120-meter team ski jumping, an event in which Finland, led by teenage sensation Toni Nieminen, won the gold medal.